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The 2017 Chicago Auto Show Is All about the Trim Levels and Special Editions

Car and Driver Logo By Alexander Stoklosa of Car and Driver | Slide 1 of 14: Attending auto shows on press-preview days usually means the rapid-fire introduction of exciting (or at least significant) new vehicles, which can give us a slightly skewed outlook. And then there’s the Chicago auto show. For media, the Windy City’s event, which follows the Detroit show by a month, tends to host few big-time debuts. (In contrast, the show is one of the most highly attended and important in the United States for car buyers.) This year, the Chicago show once again offered little in the way of splash outside of the Dodge Durango SRT and perhaps the Ford Expedition, with automakers focusing instead on myriad special-edition models, new trim levels, and other workaday stuff. Seriously, there were a lot of those—seemingly even more than usual—and we’ve gathered them all here for your consideration:

Attending auto shows on press-preview days usually means the rapid-fire introduction of exciting (or at least significant) new vehicles, which can give us a slightly skewed outlook. And then there’s the Chicago auto show. For media, the Windy City’s event, which follows the Detroit show by a month, tends to host few big-time debuts. (In contrast, the show is one of the most highly attended and important in the United States for car buyers.) This year, the Chicago show once again offered little in the way of splash outside of the Dodge Durango SRT and perhaps the Ford Expedition, with automakers focusing instead on myriad special-edition models, new trim levels, and other workaday stuff. Seriously, there were a lot of those—seemingly even more than usual—and we’ve gathered them all here for your consideration:
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